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M(tHT.Itli:,N.
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
WAUvl!i MX
Koepn ororythini; portninhiK lo
tho lino of Htaplo and Fancy Gro
2orlpfl, Woodonwaro, VcgotnbloM,
Fruits, &.o., &c.
Try
My Now Stylo Mixed
T Hi rAi r,
Dill'cront Combination Prom nny
Bcforo OH'orcd in tho Market,'
and of'Kxccllont Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Swot nxJ Itlch
Central Hop Yeast
Attain Thu Summer.
-
;nev style
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
,.VJ,u,(,
Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
ASH
PEYTONA CANNEL
Ordoru for Coal by tho ear-load,
ton, or in hogshoada, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
friTTo larpo consumors and all
aianufacturorfi, wo aro prepared
lo mtpply any quantity, by tho
oionth or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tr-II.illiil:iy Uro 'uolllM', Nil 70 Ohio Uut
t)ll.iKiiay llru Mh.nl In it
frt- VI t:ivi,ll:ltl .Mill., f.r
ij-At tlm l.oul lutiii, luot of Tliiity-l.li'lit
:r'i
SJM'oht OttXee tlmivcr. 3uo
VALENTINE RESCH,
GROGBH.
I (ruler la-
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Gamo and nil kinds of frosh
Fruit ami Votjetablos.
Eighth Street, Cavro. Ill
j3i)1(1om fur siiiimii.ut
iiiiv Iioiii-, iUy or nlulit.
1 oit i t 1- jllliil nt
i?i.xjsxj:
CHICAGO.
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Begins Sopt. 29th.
rorClrciiliua Ail'licss
Dr. DoLimklo Mlllor, 028 Wftbauh Ave.
, OIllCIlRO.
.12-7 Ill.itXw.lW.
Tho Piivnto Prosevlpllon Uoolj.
Before pouiiilinmi"' 'lJi-r i'-r unroll
lOKIilUCJlUil HICUCH,AMMill,
r.rcucl.lth. Cal.o Ii, lU'b.tnn tit, I'll..
lltlulj, Vr,'ilr. Il)'lnli, hfruln.
leu.. Hilillillai.l Skill Hlnu, III
r Coiui.lnlnl, 1'inwl, UnVncM, Kl'lmy
ll-fi,'., Bcnilnal nn,lKcrvcu Do
1'illty and Hiliuuailcn, lui oloii
cy, lIUi l, Hirlriuo niul Bll,Ui'.r.il.
i,ik fiuni llHr.o.AH .Ll Itnrrudcnt
IfetyUHblli. im i. tiiMirr m"l Irnlili
l.t .L.i,.i... )K i r..r (l. Vrlvalo
Pretcriptlou Boolt. iii ln.,i . I i,.u
MARRIAGE GUIDE ErftS'rfii?.::
i?. fViJl i prtuilWiif Wew .MHhod ot Trfniintiit M
iiuvaUec', I"'""' ' tioycameipcni'iico.i'iii.ur.
ilirrlld Mi lt" rtmU'inpUtlni ""', HuLnwIm h.
Jl,I.ol r"liiinl U ti..i.tbr uorW. M.lk4 Mil.Ih
telnet jSciot', ""'
THE AMERICAN HEMEDV CO..
No. 703 1'ino Blrcit, wt. I nvm, mi).
iedieal College
ill
VOL. 7.
Million ii:.i.i:its-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WholMiilc Hint llOtllll lll-.ll.TA III
Foreign nuil Domestic
LXQTTOHS
WBNKN OB' AI-Bi KI.V1US,
No. GO Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILI.U.
MIMIC KM VIII A (.'(I lme eotiiLntly
k turpi- t.el of the l0-,t (fio-l- l Hint
kt, nti-l fiitc ult iitiim to On hIiuUmU
ninrli ut tin li. 'im
in:.
Tlio UndcrHiKiiod Having Givon
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ice
by tho
CAR LOAD,
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Dovoto Ids atten
tion Entirely to hiH
WHOLESALE TRADE.
joiin sproat.
It Oil. I..-..
Crand O antral
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Coruor 33isli.tlx Street,
W5!, WETZEL. Projiriotor.
. trains aim Mtuutj.fau,
Tin- lt of ncniinnxxUtlont
Kiiwu at Two Dollar. ir iUt
r.ir transient
Mtt
wiioj.usai.i; (jc.ih r.ns.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wlml
-A ill
Commission Merchants
AOF.NTS AKtlUCAN POVDEF. CO.
57 Ohio Xiovco.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Di-altr 111
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
Ko. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
s
I'Kf lAl.iitteutloli tuni topDii-ljrniiidiU mul
llllms oi-'li-ra.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
Ami itmiU r In
STAPLE AND TANCY
GROCERIES,
FovolKn ami Domestic Fruits null Nuta
184 COMMUKCIAL AVENUE.
''.If.
PAINT. XI OIKS.
B.
F. PARKER,
D.'.ilcr In
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall rnpor, Window QlnsB, Win
dow Shades, &e.
Ahrayt lunul, tlm i-cMmildl llluiiilmitlni.'
A U 6 CO 5 M ME,.
Browfi' Xliiildiiigi
Curlier Kleventll Htroot tiud WaBhttiK
ton Avt'iiuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a-, o. xxrriaxjja,
FItOI'lUETOIl.
BINDER iND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Jullctln BulldlniT, Corner Twelfth Street
Vf hi if mm J
and Washington Avenuo,
Cftiro, IlliuolM.
tft'otintTRnil lll)ro:i'l Work ohcIoHv.
ItttfH
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SAT HH DAY, AUGUST 7, 1875.
Si! he t uil tftuv.
Till: MIIIII',1, 31 AM.
'I In it- II vol it model liimi of tore,
Who iJMujmll'l cxnc.tl) rlirlit
He in'irr ilnitik, nor iinoUd nur oic,
Ami nvwmmlil out Ink-ut iillil'
He mnile, no IkIv, hi- il,ivit nci iramr :
To lilin nil uoiiipii weic tin- imnic;
llu iico-rkncu ulwt liorKw run
Ill lnilli li' wni n model liimi'
Nine, trilh till iiiimIcI man of you
'll, i- h kil wnrl'lilM lint nfw
Hi- n-ixlilmni mini til in 11 Imiiv,
III" frlt-wl u ni.411 uriiitftli'r).
Mr titinl lilmM'll uociiwit of crimen
Not to In- inrilllotinrl ie iIitiiii-,
I'ntil lillml Jimtirc laM l r l..m'
An, I rio,- uiion llii model innu.
', ill the tllmlft tlllll of j-otw,
A moral nii'l vmnilnr '
A lHtli' lCT-not omi'thliiK inori'--
Tlianaiip l muni weinnrUN I in.
I.lti- wlille you IIm-1 smukv kok! riMr'
llrtiiLilrv liuliiinKiM-' I u unit gny frmur'
inl U hh tiriiioii'.uM i,iimii
I '-lit ilo ii ' ii iii li I init.
THE FALL ELECTIONS.
WHAT OFFICERS, COHOHESSMEH AND
OFFICIALS AUK TO BK KLIX'TKU
IN TIIK SKVKUAL STATES
FAKTY FIOUF.ES.
'I lit 5'roxiH't'ts fur Iti'iiim rnllr Siiftcii
I'm 1,1 3!uorltli"iiil tlu-l.iiHl
I, It i tloiis
Ori'rm cIitU a iiii'iiilicr (il coiiKrcw,
Ilii' Oi'iaiicriiry having iiuiMiiirtti'd I'ur tlic
io-ition l.nlnyi'tti' I.miic, "iii of llu1 (till
'iintor. In "lis" I, (Jcor":!! A. I.tihow,
Dcinocnit. wn cloctcil liy it innjoritv uf
Wti, nvi'i- Klrlinrtl Wllllntiii, Uvjiiiblivnu,
and :i majority or ovlt T. W. Da
i iiinrt, Independent.
(M.llOliNI.I.
('.ililoiniu vUvl a rovurnor In plncc of
Artiii-tiovrnior Koinnhido raclii-co,
lii'iiti-n.-iiit-yovcriior. ulio term cxpiros
In I ii ci'inla-r, and who wn cIwUmI on
the tii'kct with Xi'Wton lioolh, clcotcil to
thi I'niti.'d ?ttitifj -onati'. Tliri-c tlckrU
are In the lluld, thu Dfinocratli', Kepidi-li'-ati
ami linlcpenilbiit. California wa a
Ucinocnitle.State rroin loj to IsUl liicln--lvc
Inci' winch liinc it litis been cliiclly
Iti-ptibliran. It clcctiil a liciiiofnitlc:
rovcrnor in IN!". Uunioortttlc upretno
judges lu 1'J, and an Indopendent ";ov
tTiior in l1-",'!. Xewtuu liooth havlnjr
boon ckcttil ti thu -i-iiatc of
the 1 nittil Stater-, his of
llee I- lllliil by the lletiteiiant-overnor.
The iiidoiieiiileiit arty hi California
-eeiii to hold the balance of power at
thi? time. Local i-stie enter ,o largely
into the canvas that it U not eay to ?ay
whether the innjorily of the yoter hi
CnllfoniL't are now oj)0-e(I tofirani'sad
inhiNiratloii or not. Whetlicr It.'jitibli-eaii-
or iJi'inoenits tire in the a'rciul.int
there It if ittite certain that the j,'rcat
majoilly of tlii; jicoie fiivor homo-rule,
low ruYctiui! tarlll. ami a return to a
specie tmwuivof vnlue.
AIIKANSA".
In
Arknii-iL' there is to be the form of
nil elf-lion. In which n Doinocnitiu lc''i
l.ititiv j. to lie eho'cti. The state t Iffim-
oyrte by ii majority ?o lare that the
opposition lias no hopu or chance.
MAINK.
Ill .Maine the election l for a lciIa-
lui-i', thelleiiiiblk-ati'; hi that body now
Iiahi"-ti inalorilv of i"l on loint ballot.
The lloptiblfcau inalority In the State in
171 was ll.ilti?. Maine lift', -hice 1n"1,
"lveii imilorin Kepuillcan inntoiuie--ran-
'in from to ;i-2,:i;.". she Kill-
moii' tiian rji,wi vote-.
IOWA.
Iowa 'lefts a "ovemor, State tk-Uctund
leI-lature. Total ole over 'JOu.OOO.
The Mate has been uniformly lleptibll
can dnce 1S.VJ. liy inajoritlcs raiiKhi' from
2.1101 to GU.0:Kl hi 1S7-.'. llcrlast IJepllI)-
lletin majority was 'Jo,07S. The ltepubli-
ciins in tier ieoiauire nave a inajoruy
ol hi on joint ballot. Ilcr coiifrres-ional
deleiratlon is S lh'iiubllcjins to 1 Oppo-I-
t Ion.
VIUOI.NIA.
Viirini.i elect- a le'dslaltue. The
pro-cut Icxislattiro contains a (.oiiserva
tivo majority on joint ballot of !)0 vole-.
ner eontJiv-?ionai uuieaiinii, cno.-rn in
is" I. is entirely Democratic. Total vote
lu 17I was about 17S.00O.
KANS-s.
Kan-iii eleel-ii lojil'lature, wlik-li. as
it now .tamlsha :i ii'cpiiblicau maiority
ofr.i on loiui ballot, lu a lottil vote ot
Sii,172 for jovernor In is" I there wa- a
Ib'liiiblicun niajorlly of Ill.'ilU. The
Stale wasadinltted hi IS."!) ami never ''.ive
a Di'iuocnitlc majority.
MAItVI.A.VD.
.Marvland will elect htiite ollleer- and a
legislature. I Icr present lei-latiiroha-a
iicniocratic maiorityot m on toint Manor,
Cnni'resMonal tlelcy;;(floii all I eniocrats.
Total vote hi 17I. IJ-s.-O. with a Deuio
cratle uialority of 1 1, 1 'JO. The State has
been uniformly Democratic fur tho pact
nine vear-'. lu 1SC0 It f.tvo lh-eeklnnd''e
a majority of III!) I.
.MAS-Al.IILSr.IT-.
Massachusetts elects a jfovornnr rice
William Cakton. and a Statu leirlslaturc.
the present having a UepiiliHcan major
ity of SS on Joint ballot. Her congres
clonal delegation Is eonijioseil ot live He
iinlillcmw. loin' Democrats illld I WO III'
ik'peiulont. Shu has given l.'i'pulillvan
111:1 or e.- tor 1 ne ua-i seventeen ciec
Hons, cxeepi 111 IN 1. wncu a nciuocrai
'..I. 'Pntnl .'it.. Ill
IS72, iibnut l!):t,000. I.'cpubllcaii niajorl
tvatthe lat election lor congressmen
1871, li'ilH.
MIS-l-sii'i'l.
.Mlsslsilmil elcctsii Ic'dslatnre. tho pre
out uivliiir a liepiibllcau ma orlly ot
thirty on lo ut ballot, lu iiiiv lair elct
lion tho Slate will give an aiitl-l'adkul
niajorlly.
MIN.ST.SOTA.
MInnesotii elects State olllccrs and
legl.-latiue. Since IS." thu State has
given liepubllfaii majorities ranging
ironi four to twenty thousand. In the
legislature tho Kepiiblleans have a ma
jority of !l on joint ballot. Total votehi
'1S7I, 01,107. 'Tim contest hi Ibis State
will bo close, with a fair pro-poet for tho
Democrats.
.Missoum.
MUsoiui elects a legl-latiiie. Her to
tal voto hi 1671 was 'i(!l,H(!0, when tho
Democratli; niajorlly was :)7,irr.. lu
tlm Icgl-liitiuii tho Deinocr.Us havo
a niajorlly of "1 on Joint ballot.
Congressional delegation till Democratic.
.NT.W VOI1K.
Now Vork olecU ii legislature. Tho
totiil votoTor governor lu IH7 I was 71) I, -when
Tilduu'd majority was IlS.ni!)
oyer all. In the present legislature there
is a Democratic niajorlly ol 1(1 on Jolnl
ballot. The lontrreolonal delpratlnu
MrmiU Is Doniocrats to lo I'cptihlk'aii'.
i M'.W ll'.liSKY.
New .loivey elrrt a leKi'latnre in plnro
; of the prwi'tit, which h.n a Democratli'
innjoritv of 17 on joint ballot. Tin; hut
vote of' the State wa lil.li:!:!, the Ocmo
er;itle, intiloilty heltii; l;l.'.'.!:i. 'I'heeoii
ficKitoiial delegation Mniiil ' DemooRil.s
to '1 KVpiiulIeau-.
I'liNXSTIA AM .
I ciuii. Ivniihi elccu ofnernnr, etc.
anil k'(ilattirc. .t the eoiij.'rc'f'tomil
elecllon in 1 ST I the Democratic majority
was l!i,rIO. In Ihu prcK'tit h ;llatnrc
the Democrats have tt majority of 7 on
lolnt ballot. The eoilreloii:d dcleya
tlon M:mi 17 D(Miiocrnt to 10 Cepnlill.
cnu.
T:xA.
Te.a cli.i'1 ti Dciiierrallc logitlaliiri!
by a vote ni about two to one. having in
the preftit p'llaturo a majoilty of tin
Democrat" on joint ballot.
OHIO,
Ohio ('ki t Stale olllccr niul tt Icl'la
lure. In Ii" Hell (Dcnmcnil) was
elected ecretnrv of itate by a major.ty
of lT.lflKJ. In 7 . In a total vote of 1 1,.
VJ7, Allen' majority over the next hbzh
t etiilldaic wan S17. Stewnrt (i'rolillil
tionlft) receiving 1U.-77 vole. In the
eonrcTilonnl ciictlouof 171, the Demo
cratic majority was L'tl.TKI. In the
imiMjnt pffilnturu the Democratic ma
lonty on JJihit Imllot N h". - (imnf- ma
lorltvhi l7'.' wan:il.2fW.
POMPEII.
Keren I liei,M'rici ol' Woollen Till. If I m
Willi Willing on 'lliein.
Il'.ill Mall liai'tle.
The r.-iiignlo of N'aples reports an lu-tcrc-llng
ilicoverviit roinpeii.con-istlng
of a number of wooden tablets with
writing-. They were found carefully ar-
iiingeil in an ivory box. The hacks of
the tablets are -niootli ami unwritten
upon, and their laces, upon which the
writing U found arc surrounded with a
a Mini of frame or border. They are
cither separate, or tied together, book
iilmpe. w it 1 1 tw me in bundles of three and
four. On the tablets thus bound together
the writing i- almo-t always In Ink ; but
the character-on tho -inglo one which
hntl been covered with wax, were en
graved, and are -till legible, though the
wax has di-iippeared. as the sharp point
ol the style has cut into the wood be
neath. The -eparate tablets con
tain receipts for payments .of money,
ami bear the con.-iil'ar date, with the
name of the day and the month, and thu
amount paid. ( in the outside of the cen
tre tablet of tho-e bound in book form
I- written an index uf the name contained
in the volume. It in entitled Kfttrhitio,
iind i- followed witli a name In the geni
tive or dative. The tablet'; are evidently
iieeoimt.s. and from the way In which
lliev tiro l.enl II...,-.. l. ,I.,,,l.l ,l,.,r
the pot when., they wore found was the
site ol tt 1,'onmn banker's iioii-e. TIiov
were dl-covcrcd ill excellent, condition.
Uioilgli the. damn lo which tliev leol I
Alioied htul rciiik-riMl them very fragile.
I ho-e bound are in tlie lict -tate of ores.
eivation. SlutitT MorelH ha- "Ivcn an
account oi iiiu .u-t.n -j " im- .Mft,,....
logical Acadcmv of Naples, and It Is ex
pected that It will throw much light upon
the conduct of litiiue- transact Inn- un
der the empire.
ienoi'iil ;or;oji or.'ciiflii
General (lordon. of tieonin, made a
siicecli hi Alabama a few days since, hi
hocour-eot which, .-cciti'r inauv col
ored men present, he turned to them anil
si-Ken:
Who is it that for the Mil:.- ol retain
ing their hold on power polon the minds
ol the colored men against their former
ma-tor.- ami friend-, and with false prom
ise control their vote- ami keep up con
tentious and i-trite between the races "f
ho Is It that In the iruHu huklux mur
der the colored man "hi the darkness ot
midnight, and herald abroad the ln
tamotii crime as the deed of lawless
democrats and true Southern men. in or
der to keep alive the tiros of animosity,
knowing tnclr lease ot onice ticpcmi-
upon the continuance ol unfriendly Iccl
ing between the sections? The radicals.
He then told tho colored men no longer
to be deceived. You have had demo
cratic rule here In Alabama, and they
have robbed vou of none of vour lights.
Hero tile Interests of tho white man and
the colored man are identical : a good
ovornment for the one i- n good govern
ment for tho other: the same sun shines
above tho black man and the white man,
and the gonial showers water alike the
soil ot the one and the other; the same
tiod rules above them both, ami they
could live together lu peace, but lor the
. 1 ... 1... . . .1 . It..
rauiciiisj , no iiniagom.o ine race-, ne
called upon them to patt-e. consider
ami bo free men, ami to suffer them
selves to bo no longer marched to the
poll- as dumb-driven cattle to thoslaiigh
tcr: for the time Ignorance and vice may
liold sway, but as certainly as that Cod
reigns and rules the earth truth will ul
timately triumph iiml Intelligence relgu,
not to the Injury of tho colored man, but
for the common wed of all: and here
alone Is safely for the colored man. Ho
said that as an oxcu.-o for the perpetra
tion of many of the outrages which had
been heaped upon tlm people of the
South the radicals gave out that we were
disloyal and pray disloyal to what? To
tho radical party! to wrong and oppres
sion to corruption In high places to
robberv and plunder! Aye. to bo loyal
now, one must not only believe Crant to
lie a state-man and lleast Itutlor an hon
est man, but that Henry Ward Itecehei'
Is mi Innocent, persecuted saint!
10 Hours Saved I
Cairo lo tavillo in ' Hours,
VIA
Cairo c& Viiicenrios
11AILROAT).
Loavo Cairo, -An
ive ntlivAiisvIllo,
1:00 a. ui,
1 1:00 ii. in.
I'li'seniti rs for Ihmuvlllo Icnvhiif l iilro l.i
I'uli-o v Vliici'iiiH's Itiillviiml nt lu. in.,
miikn i loMi I'.nniiiTtlmiii nt I iirml, mut mieli
i:iuuvlllii ill II o'l li'i'l; Urn fc:inu' lllornliiK'
Ti: IKIl'HH MM).tl!lt t lnt ii liy iiiiyolhi'l'
1,'itc. "I. ll.iUJOllltlOII,
.IAS. MALLOtlY, ' I'lis.eiiitei' As't.
I'lWieiiKi r At!i'it, i ulio.
j-Vllll,
shweHii
F. M. TOGKFZ-UTH,
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer in
JFO'IRJElXGclSr u3lJXTI DOMESTIC
Wines and Ijiquors
62 OHIO LEVEE', - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
ICI3LLV ISMXIl AXI) CALIFORNIA WINES.
I'll rNK'IA.VX.
VL--
iam n. ssiith, sr. D.
UCSIHKNCK: No. -il llilttti'iitli ilrrtt, ti'
!Wi'ii Wiuliliiitoii uvi'iiui' uii't Wiilmit ttrci't.
OVl'lCi:: Nortli fiiti! or eighth m. l 1h-Iw't-m
Coiiimtrreliil siif I WiwhlnRlotinTPnup.
0.
W. DUNIIINa, LI. D.
UKSlDKNCi::
str;t.s.
Corner Nlntli niul Walnut
OlTICi:: Corner SUIIi 'tnttamt Olilo !:tc.
llFh'K.K ItOt t:f: Kiom ; : m. liin.,uint
rroin '1 to S in.
f..wri:its.
.1
OHM II. MUI.KIJY,
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
OFFICK: Lmhtii .-tixi't, U'Hrctn toinmiT
ciul and Wanlilnetoti nvvniuH,
CIATCUEL P. WHEELER,
O
Altormey u Uituv.
OFFICK: Ohio 1,'vec, over room formerly
ouaiiilul by Fint National liatil;,
CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
QHEEN & GILBERT,
AUorticys am! Counselors
ill fi!iV.
OFFICK: Ohio T-w, roonn 7 nml ?
City Nntkicil Hank,
William II (liven, )
William II OltlH rt, C.UK0 ILLINOIS.
Mlle FixU'!: l.ilUit J
SOpd-il nltciitlon Rivrn to Ailmlnilty anil
3traoiour.t uilMlllln.1.
ki:ai. i:stati: a;i:nt.
Real Estate
COLLECTORS,
JOIfVEYAIICERS. NOTARIES PUELIC
Land Acouta of tho Illtnoia Contnil unit
uurllnKton una uuiucy ii. ii.
Coauaulus,
North Cor. Slith nml Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
t. Ii. LYNCH.
t. j. nowt.i:v
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
2HCO-U.S Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE - At tlio Court Ilousa.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Went siilo Commorcial Avonuo. betweon
Elithth and Ninth utroots.
(Next dour tii'l
Hunter'- diy r'""' s'01 ) .
l.itrst nml liioit lieliloiuilile
A Hill line of the I
ntyli'S ol
HATS AND BONNETS
uhvitvs on lunul. AIho cvui v vnili ty of
Ribbons Laces tmd Trimmings,
from the ehcipcul In the inoul rosily. Ui;lle
wllllliiiluiiy mul I'Verylhliut In lurntoio lorn
lUillilileteHtliTt, hull or luiityoillHt.
I'ni'CH to eoniiii lc Willi liny III Hit' W Ml. ,
53-Alm UK' lit fur the 1 Ionic Scwlnjf .Miieliine.
l.'ki-j.l!l.l"
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKER
I Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
i:ioiiTii s-tiu:i:t.
. Sy-niKUor,t Cush Prico paid for I
t IIorq nncl C'attlo.
CONFESSIONSj
OP A VICTIM.
l'nhllslieil in ii wiirnliij? Mini Inrllio lx nclltof
YmniK -Men mid others who unlet from Nervon
Uelillhy, Loss til" Munliooil. etc., HInIiir Ids
liiili'i ol'.Sell-eiiti', lifter iimlertfouiK iniicli U
Viliiiiiiil i'iensc, unit inulliil fi co on iw)
iim ii ihhMki M illiecteil I'lueloiiu Auilir; .
I1a.NII:.1JII Vr.llt, f. O.llov I.VI. Ilrook
Ijn, N. V 7 i-l W'M
!
I
I
NO. 196.
l-.."i.J'.wfc-j
BOBBINS'
BAZAR
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
piii.Kros
Of "World wido Reputation.
Arktiuwlnlgnl tiy all eood Miii,lci:ini to he the
i 'i .si I'lano now iiunu'.
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo havo soli! over -KM) during
twelve jcars pa-t, bccomlDg mure ami more
Iiujunnr every cay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORd'AIY,
Splendid tone, Tower and Durability,
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well it vocal iini-lc.
a ll Tin: aiiovi: ai: offl-kld on
JrX l.'.i.-yIonllilyl'jiymeiils, at loivlljjuri'x
rci,'arUlcs.s of I.tnt I'ricc-.
In grcit variety, hichidlng all the new
and popular music ot thu day.
urucrs ironi uie country
promptly l
lllled nml -cut
mall.
VIOLINS
BM'IQS
ACCORDEONS,
CLAHINETS
FLUTES,
'PIC0L05,
TAfiiBORINES
I'Kic.vcii 1 1 mips.
KTC, KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Fiirr.khcd to Order.
BTRING3 FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Of tho Host Quality.
Classical Studios and Exorcises
Of till grade for Hano or Voice,
rm'vcrv dcserintlon of .AIu-lc.il Her-
chandl.-o furiil-licd to order, promptly and
at price- Iuwcr linn ever oiiereu ucmru.
J.)t:X(.Y ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Semi for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
I.Ut ol tlic-u beautiful grouped.
All 0ood W.irrantcd tn ReprcscateJ.
Aihlress,
ROBBINS' mUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
vauii:ty sruiti:
Wew-Tork Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
QoodH Sold Vory Closo.
tlonmr 10th St. nml Commmxlul Av
0AIK0. ILLINOIS
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIOHTH STREET,
Between WimhiiiKtoc ami Comiaerctal
Avouucb, mUonuuir iiauny'ii.
I ,r lll'.l'. 1111 MIU I K' II,,, Jllll, Ll Ik,
lltitlon
AS. Veal, lainili, Hun:isu, Ao . unit U pre
imkO to fern: r:iinlUi'i in nn ncxciilnlilc. itmiinrr
MUSlo
i 112
U ft-
roMMtnftioN MtnbMAlVT.
R. W. MIIXEk,!
FOIIWAIIDINO
AJID
commission Merchant
AnililmliT In
FLOUR, MEALORAIN HAY,
Of Hf'KI
.11 ruiiot.KVKi:.
o-s-tr.
j (JAIItO, II.I.I.SOB 'f
C. CLOSE,
Odiicml-
vummiKsiuu ivi hi l -
AMI) tiLALk.ll 1.-4
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &(,
Undor City Natlonci I'mnU,
Wll.ttrll In cuT'loii'l Intf at lw. (urnmrt
. rcra, nildlnR Krilnlit.
JOHN B. PHILIjXS
AND SON,
(Siirt!iora to John U l'hllltil
FORWARDING
ANI s
Commission Merchants
Ami Healers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN It HAND POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Stront .and Ohio
I.AVQC.
7. I. .MiUliiui.
K (,
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
And Ocneral
Commission Merchants
Dmlcrs In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
CI -1 Ollio Iiovoo.
P. CUHL,
KM'liishr
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No So Ohio torn-,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lii-tf.
E. .. Aynm.
S. U Ayiea.
AYRES & CO.,
aF'XjOTTXl.
Commission Merchants am
No. 78 .
OHIO LEVEE.
i.tat. r.xiiiir.ii.
H It. CCNVINOIUM
PARKER & CUNNINGHAr
(Sim.'isor. lo .Miller A 1'iirker,)
FORWARD G
Commission Merchants
Anil I Valors In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC.
OITtr.K :
ill oino i.k. ki:.
CAIUO, n.LINOLS.
t'Weluue leii'oil the IJirge Yrtlow Ware'
lion.i', tmi;;i' mpiiclty a;toi toim, which glr
ii-niupli' f.icilllit'ti for storing unileliiiiiiiiiK
i;-MI"
IXSUKANCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
(Itnerul
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
OHIO XjXI'V'B'EI,
Orer Xtthnu & Uhl'i.
.it-
NONK hut Flrtt-Cliua Companies retire
mnte.l. f
INSURANCE. tjl
ESTABLISHED 1858.
qAVTcnTm mor-rts
AND CAND
Geiiend
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, ap-iUlti.
Thu oiJotEaUblUhedAireiioy la South
orn Illinois, ropivBuauiiK ovnr
S05 000 000. ,
cAimo
j n't mrnm ts
)UA MU BAQX.j U,Wli
-Dfulcr in
All khiiln hard and .ort,)
FLOORING, BIDnfa, LATH, to
Mill aif Tmt4.
Jornor Thirty-Fourth itte.
1.
Jim
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